Episode 050

Freeform radio delivered Tuesday afternoons on WSCA. Featuring new music and curious hubbub from then & now. Audio archive and playlist follow…

Playlist:

Miguel Angel Fuster “Polvo Lunar” from Soul Jazz Records Presents Venezuela 70: Cosmic Visions of a Latin American Earth – Venezuelan Experimental Rock in the 1970s on Sould Jazz Records

Sajada Al Ubaid “Ala Honak (Take to Easy)” from Choubi! Choubi! Folk & Pop Sounds from Iraq on Sublime Frequencies

Buzzcocks “Why Can’t I Touch It?” from Singles Going Steady (2019 Remastered Version) on Domino Recording Co

Chris Forsyth “Mystic Mountain” from All Time Present on No Quarter

Badly Drawn Boy “Fall In A River” from The Hour Of Bewilderbeast on XL Recordings

Nathan Salsburg & Bonnie “Prince” Billy “Unlearning Chant” from Three Feral Pieces: Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Nathan Salsburg Sing and Play Max Porter – EP on No Quarter

Pavement “We Dance” from Wowee Zowee on Matador

The Sea Urchins “A Morning Odyssey” from Glass Arcade on Sarah Records

Molly Burch “Control” from Romantic Images on Captured Tracks

Willie Dixon “Uncle Willie’s Got a Thing Going On” from R&B Hipshakers Vol. 1 – Teach Me to Monkey on Vampisoul

Little Esther “Hound Dog” from The Ultimate Collection on Master Series, Inc.

Jimmy Scott “Somewhere Down The Line” from R&B Hipshakers Vol 4. Bossa Nova And Grits on King Records

Mickey and His Mice “Cracker Jack” from La Noire 10 “Groove City” on Doghouse and Bone Records

Ira Kaplan “Wharf Rat” from Day of the Dead on 4AD

Cass McCombs & Joe Russo “Dark Star” from Day of the Dead on 4AD

Kenny Brothers Band “Pick Me Up (Side of the Road)” from Walk in the Woods on NEIGHBORHOOD RECORDS

New Riders Of The Purple Sage “The Weight (Live at Mandrake, Berkeley, CA, 10/14/1969)” from Bear’s Sonic Journals: Dawn of the New Riders of the Purple Sage on Owsley Stanley Foundation

The International Submarine Band “Blue Eyes” from Sweetheart Of The Rodeo on Columbia

Guy Clark “L.A. Freeway” from Old No. 1 on SBCMG

Dolly Parton “Jolene” from Jolene on RLG/Legacy

The Allman Brothers band “Ramblin’ Man” from Gold on Island Mercury